Oral Surgery Edmonton

From your initial consultation through post-operative care, our caring and compassionate dental team is dedicated to providing support, guidance, and reassurance to ensure your comfort and confidence throughout the oral surgery process.

Personalized care

Experienced Oral Surgeons

Oral surgery encompasses a broad range of surgical procedures performed on the mouth, jaws, and facial structures. These procedures may be necessary to treat dental conditions, correct abnormalities, improve function, or enhance the aesthetics of the smile. From routine extractions to complex reconstructive surgery, our experienced oral surgeons are trained to perform a wide array of surgical interventions with precision and expertise.

Tooth extractions
Dental implants
TMJ treatments
Experienced Oral Surgeons

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know!
When is oral surgery necessary?
Oral surgery may be necessary to treat a wide range of conditions, including impacted or decayed teeth, misaligned jaws, facial trauma, oral infections, and congenital abnormalities. Your dentist or oral surgeon will recommend oral surgery when conservative treatments are insufficient to resolve the underlying issue.
How long does it take to recover from oral surgery?
Recovery time varies depending on the type of oral surgery performed and individual healing factors. In general, most patients can expect some degree of discomfort and swelling for a few days following surgery, which can be managed with pain medication and cold compresses. Your oral surgeon will provide specific post-operative instructions to promote healing and minimize complications.
Are there any risks associated with oral surgery?
Like any surgical procedure, oral surgery carries some risks, including bleeding, infection, nerve damage, and allergic reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are relatively rare, and your oral surgeon will take precautions to minimize them. It is essential to follow your surgeon's pre- and post-operative instructions carefully to reduce the risk of complications.
How do I prepare for oral surgery?
Your oral surgeon will provide detailed pre-operative instructions to help you prepare for your procedure. This may include fasting for a certain period before surgery, avoiding certain medications that can increase bleeding risk, and arranging for transportation to and from the appointment if sedation will be used.
Can I eat or drink before oral surgery?
In most cases, you will be instructed to avoid eating or drinking anything (including water) for a specified period before oral surgery, typically at least 6 to 8 hours before the procedure. This is to prevent complications such as nausea and vomiting during and after surgery. Your oral surgeon will provide specific guidelines based on your individual needs.
Are oral surgery procedures covered by dental insurance?
Many dental insurance plans provide coverage for oral surgery procedures, although coverage may vary depending on the type of treatment and your specific insurance policy. Our team can assist you in understanding your insurance benefits and maximizing coverage for oral surgery services.
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I went a repair on a broken tooth and needed a crown. Dr. Iyad was very kind and careful throughout the entire process.

Kris B.

This clinic is amazing! Super friendly and efficient staff. I have been a patient since 2016 and have always been impressed!

Nicole S.

This is an amazing clinic with responsive staff. I barely had any wait time. The dentist and the dental hygienist were also very amazing.

Anshika P.